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XNA - A Platform with a Furture

XNA is a framework provided by Microsoft. It was originally provided to do game programming. As the framework and target environments expand, it is becoming clearer that the importance of XNA is increasing.

Developers Are in Terrible Pain

The below YouTube video was shown to me. While titled "Hug a developer today...," I found my blog title to be the better statement. It is also how the video starts. If you are a developer, then this video is for you:

Windows Phone 7 Series Development

Chris Bennett commented, "While the developer tools make it very easy to develop applications, this device is a complete departure from prior versions of Windows Mobile. And as such, many of the applications and techniques used on prior versions do not apply."

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Series Should Be Called the "Zune Phone"

This week is Microsoft's MIX10 conference. While I'm not attending in person, I am trying to catch the keynotes and as well as following some of the Twitter comments. In Scott Guthrie's opening keynote, there was a lot to be noted. It was clear that some of the big news was on Microsoft's efforts to take one more stab at the mobile market. 

The PC Has Become a Mainframe

Microsoft MultiPoint Server 2010 has managed to turn a PC into a mainframe. In fact it is much more like a mainframe than ever before. MultiPoint provides the ability to allow multiple people to use a single computer simultaneously. Using their own monitors, keyboard, and mouse, they have access to the Windows machine in much the same way that terminals could access a mainframe in the 80s.

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